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Live archive release from the Blues great. These amazing recordings are culled from four shows spanning from 1971 to 1978, kicking off with the first four tracks recorded at Fillmore East in 1971, followed by five from the Forum, Hollywood in 1972, two from the Purple Carriage in 1974 and the final track at the Double Door in Chicago 1978. The late Albert King's guitar of choice was the Gibson Flying V which he named Lucy and influenced a a host of guitarists from Mick Taylor, Eric Clapton and Joe Walsh to name but a few.
Live archive release from the Blues great. These amazing recordings are culled from four shows spanning from 1971 to 1978, kicking off with the first four tracks recorded at Fillmore East in 1971, followed by five from the Forum, Hollywood in 1972, two from the Purple Carriage in 1974 and the final track at the Double Door in Chicago 1978. The late Albert King's guitar of choice was the Gibson Flying V which he named Lucy and influenced a a host of guitarists from Mick Taylor, Eric Clapton and Joe Walsh to name but a few.
805772624122

Details

Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 10/14/2014
UPC: 805772624122

Live in the 70s
Artist: Albert King
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Blues Power
2. Crosscut Saw
3. Got to Be Some Changes Made
4. Personel Manager
5. Angel of Mercy
6. Matchbook Blues
7. Oh Pretty Woman
8. Breaking Up Somebodies Home
9. Stormy Monday 1
10. Born Under a Bad Sign 1
11. I Believe in My Soul 1
12. I'll Play Blues for You

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Live archive release from the Blues great. These amazing recordings are culled from four shows spanning from 1971 to 1978, kicking off with the first four tracks recorded at Fillmore East in 1971, followed by five from the Forum, Hollywood in 1972, two from the Purple Carriage in 1974 and the final track at the Double Door in Chicago 1978. The late Albert King's guitar of choice was the Gibson Flying V which he named Lucy and influenced a a host of guitarists from Mick Taylor, Eric Clapton and Joe Walsh to name but a few.
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